Glassdoor Resource for Summer 2022 Internships

Glassdoor has millions of jobs plus salary information, company reviews, and interview questions from people on the inside making it easy to find a job that’s right for you.

Here are some examples of the many internship listings available for Summer 2022:

Pfizer BioTech Summer Intern

  • Completed at least one year in a College or University studying applicable coursework in Engineering (Chemical, Mechanical, Industrial, Biomedical) or Sciences (Analytical Chemistry, Microbiology Biochemistry, Supply Chain, Operational Excellence and comparable programs )

Robotics Intern – Amazon Robotics

  • Completion of at least junior year working towards a BS or MS in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent work experience
  • Degree program in electrical, mechanical, computer science, robotics, or systems engineering

Wayfair Business Analyst – Intern

  • Ideal opportunity for candidates who are interested in entering the technology and e-commerce space, developing hands-on analytical and technical skills, and working closely with core business functions to drive real impact and results

Vertex Pharmaceuticals  Summer Internship, Research & Development

  • Opportunity to learn about the pharmaceutical industry from a hands-on perspective

Affiliated Engineers, Inc. Mechanical Engineering Intern

  • Opportunity to approach design in unconventional ways, apply your knowledge while working on significant and complex projects

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By Kristin McJunkins
Kristin McJunkins Director, Health Professions Advising & STEM Connect Kristin McJunkins